And I'll go so far as to say that this is simply a case of people jumping on the bandwagon. 1993, you rarely saw any MA school teaching grappling/MMA/BJJ. Today....everyone offers it. Hell, I was on FB today, as saw a Bujinkan Ninjutsu guy teaching Marines. Yes, I've seen shows in which the military is doing grappling. Yes, this is important, but like I said, its merely the flavor of the month. Watch...when something 'new' comes out, everyone will put their old toys away in favor of the new ones. Amazing how many people make the claim of teaching military. Funny, because you'd figure that each respective branch would be doing the same thing, ie: Every Marine, anywhere in the US would be doing BJJ, yet you see JKD guys say they teach Marines, Ninjutsu guys saying it, everyone says it. Its all about marketing and Rorion is the king of marketing...LOL. Like I said, each of the methods has its place. Of course, as I said, I think its also important to take into consideration, the size of the person. The guy in your clip, was, IMO, about your height, but clearly, you seem stronger. Were the bad guy, someone who was taller and stronger than you, it may not be as easy to move the guy, like you were in the clip. No disrespect intended Ras. I think its safe to say that you and I have engaged in many good discussions, and are, for the most part, on the same page, when it comes to the way we train. Just throwing some other variables into the mix.